When you moved into the city, you had goals and you’ve met some of them. But you’ve saved the more juicy ones for last, and here you are – facing these goals you set for yourself but it pains you to even take one step towards them. What’s up with that?
Sometimes, life really sucks. It's nobody's fault. Things pile up and the possibilities of what might happen next are too overwhelming. Sleepless nights blur into tired days and it's really hard to see the end. But always remember. Nothing is forever. So for now, let's just get out if this slump and start living life … Continue reading How to Keep Your Chin Up when it gets Complicated
You know those late nights just staring at the dark ceiling searching for sleep but your mind keeps you up wondering “what’s the point? Why am I here?” It's such a big world. It's so easy to feel small and insignificant. And there are too many questions, with too little answers. We've come along way … Continue reading I Believe in the Universe
This time last year, I was really conflicted. I was extremely happy with life, but also really sad. I had lost a lot of great things, but I had also gained a lot of great things. I got so locked up inside of my head, that by the time it was Christmas Day, I woke … Continue reading 12 Happy Moments of 2018
Loving is easy, you just need to choose to love. Loving is easy, and we do it all the time; we love food, movies, books, tv shows, places, things, memories – sleep. We even love other humans! We love our family, our friends – people we idolize and perhaps have never even met. Sometimes though, … Continue reading 12 Ways to Love Yourself
This morning, I had a vision of a woman, standing on a stage with an orchestra behind her, lights on her, the audience quiet. She was singing – I don’t know what, but I know she was singing. She had a head full of curls covering her face. And a red sparkly dress. This is … Continue reading Lady in the Red Sparkly Dress
The self-discrepancy theory states that people compare themselves to internalized standards called "self-guides". These different representations of the self can be contradictory and result in emotional discomfort. Self-discrepancy is the gap between two of these self-representations. The theory states that people are motivated to reduce the gap in order to remove disparity in self-guides - Good Ol' … Continue reading Closing The Gaps